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2015 European Flow Measurement Workshop: Ultrasonic & Coriolis Metering Publications

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Evaluation Of Ultrasonic Flowmeters
Author(s): Isabelle Care Emmanuel Thibert
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EXERA association and main activity ? US flowmeters experimental evaluation Evaluation test program ? Under reference conditions ? Under real conditions Fluid temperature Air bubble for water flow Loss of an ultrasonic beam Upstream installation effects
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Installation Effects On Ultrasonic Flow Meters For Liquids
Author(s): Jan Drenthen
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First Ultrasonic liquid flow meter for custody transfer on the market
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Document ID: 166A22BE

Exploring The Possibilities Of Using Ultrasonic Gas Flow Meters In Wet Gas Applications
Author(s): Eric Bras
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The Intention of the presentation is to review recent testing carried out on an Elster Instromet Ultrasonic Gas Meter that has been placed in a wet gas environment. The review will look at experience gained from CEESI testing in 2010, ongoing In house testing and DNV GL testing in 2014. Finally we will look at the overall progress and consider if this type of meter can offer a robust solution in this type of environment in the future
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Realizing A Class 1 Ultrasonic Gas Meeter Without Hp Calibration - An Innovative Approaches Contributing To An Economic Upstream Metering Solution
Author(s): Thomas Horst
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Challenging conditions in gas production: Varying flow rates Varying gas quality Saturated gas streams with entrained liquids Demand for meters that are: Robust for use in production environments Economic in a long-term perspective
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Preparing The New Euroloop Liquid Flow Facility For Accreditation
Author(s): Jos Van Der Grinten
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Why do we need three different liquids? Reynolds numbers 1 000 1 000 000 Transition between laminar and turbulent ? turbulent Velocity profile changes with Re Parabolic to flat profile Ultrasonic meters are sensitive to profile Corrections are made in firmware Meter accurate in a wide Re range
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Linearity Of Coriolis Flowmeters At Full Scale Value
Author(s): Dr.Jess Aguilera Paul Ceglia
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02/03/2015 Aim ? To address the factors affecting the Coriolis Flow Meter (CFM) linearity. Linearity of Coriolis flowmeters at full scale value 3 rd European flow measurement workshop, Noordwijk , Netherlands, 2015 Slide 2 / 29 AGJ ? Present experimental evidence to confirm the high level of CFM linearity
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Real - Time Wobbe Index Determination Of Natural Gas
Author(s): J.C.Ltters
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huge variation in the composition and quality of the natural gas in national gas grids ( Wobbe Index MJ/m 3 )
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First Results Of The Jip On Ultrasonic Meters In Wet Gas Applications
Author(s): Dennis Van Putten Henk Riezebos
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Main drivers for USM wet gas field application: Proven track record for accurate fiscal metering purposes in dry gas Generic design well equipped for wet gas field development: Large range ability, nearly full bore and negligible differential pressure Continuous improvement of USM design for wet gas environments (geometry, diagnostics) Also clamp on technologies available
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Document ID: 7002B5C0

Smart Meter Verification Reduces Re - Calibration Frequency
Author(s): Aart Pruysen
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Why Smart Meter Verification? What is Smart Meter Verification? Third Party Agency Work Detectability of faults by SMV Summary
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Installation Effects In Ultrasonic Gas Flowmeters
Author(s): Hilko Den Hollander
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Flow conditioner of meter B produced ultrasonic noise at flowrates 2200 m3/h. Flow conditioner modified to reduce noise production. After modification less noise and only starting at 2450 m3/h. Modifications caused flow profile of meter B to be slightly asymmetric. Noise production by flow conditioner occasionally happens and is a typical case of bad luck
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Water Dew Point Measurement In Natural Gas And Its Traceability
Author(s): Andrea Peruzzi
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Water dew - point measurement in natural gas and its traceability
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Efficient Use Of Diagnostics In Custody Measurement
Author(s): Han Van Dal
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Efficient diagnostics the right information to the right user at the right time Operations Tell me when the meter is not working correctly Tell me when the process gets out of control , e.g. pulsation, 2 phases. Maintenance Does a device require maintenance , e.g. repair, calibration, cleaning ? How urgent is the matter? Can it wait until the next planned visit ? What is the issue ? Which tools and parts do I need to bring with me ? Engineering Is the overall measurement uncertainty within specification or not ? Is there a measurement shift that needs to be investigated cq corrected
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Document ID: 9510BE8D

Tests Of Coriolis Meter As Ts For Oiml R49 Flow Rig
Author(s): Dr.Jiunn-Haur Shaw Chun-Lin Chiang
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OIML R49 Water Flow Test F acility at CMS & Traceability Scheme Features of Coriolis meter as TS at National Standard Laboratory Test Program and Results Flow & induced vibration Zero point setting Short and Long Term Stability Tests
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Dry Calibration Of Ultrasonic Flowmeters With Natural Gas Up To 285 Bar
Author(s): Jos Van Der Grinten
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Calibrate at highest available pressure (60 bar) covering the meters flowrate range Check speed of sound ( SoS ) at zero flow conditions, at pressures up to the operational pressure , - using natural gas If criteria are met, use 60 bar curve at 285 bar expand uncertainty
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Evaluation Of Small Size Coriolis Mass Flowmeters By Wib Users Group
Author(s): Kees Kaijser
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The application of....... Direct feed to reactors etc., not just small scale but also large scale Testing is done to verify the performance of new design small coriolis mass flow meters . As much as possible in the application and environment as in real world Suppliers : Emerson MM , E&H A series, Krohne
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Document ID: C4599E42

Improved Reliability In Natural Gas Energy Measurement With The Revised ISO 10723 Standard
Author(s): Gerard Nieuwenkamp
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Improved reliability in natural gas energy measurement with the revised ISO 10723 standard
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Document ID: C66BA3DE

Are Ultrasonic Gas Flow Meters A Viable Option For Wet Gas Applications?
Author(s): Jacob Freeke
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JIP: Definition of testing guidelines and correction algorithm for ultrasonic flow meters in wet gas applications Supported by: E&P companies USM Manufacturers
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Document ID: 13EC1897

Ultrasonic And DP Meter Responses To Wet Natural Gas Flow
Author(s): Richard Steven Charlie Britton Josh Kinney
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Ultrasonic and DP Meter Responses to Wet Natural Gas Flow Richard Steven - CEESI Ultrasonic and DP Meter Responses to Wet Natural Gas Flow Richard Steven, Charlie Britton & Josh Kinney DP meters are extensively used with wet gas flows. Ultrasonic meters are being promoted as a viable alternative to DP meters in wet gas applications. Lets discuss the known wet gas performance of Venturi, orifice and ultrasonic meters in terms of: The gas flow rate prediction bias & published correction factors, & The meters relative abilities to register wet gas & monitor the liquid loading.
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Oh No, It Has To Be Mid Certified!
Author(s): Wim Volmer Eugene De Raaff
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Presentation Scope: Legal Metrology Oil (and Gas) Post - war: National Legislation Parallel European Track: 1970s: EEC Directives (mechanical devices) Late 1970s: Metro Directive ( attempt further harmonisation) 1990s: OIML (National implementation) 2006: MID (Measuring Instruments Directive) 2016: End of Transition Period (end of older approaches
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Dry Calibration Of Ultrasonic Flowmeters With Natural Gas Up To 285 Bar
Author(s): Jos Van Der Grinten
Abstract/Introduction:
Calibrate at highest available pressure (60 bar) covering the meters flowrate range Check speed of sound ( SoS ) at zero flow conditions, at pressures up to the operational pressure , using natural gas If criteria are met, use 60 bar curve at 285 bar expand uncertainty
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The Effect Of The Control Valve Noise On The Ultrasonic Gas Flowmeters
Author(s): Ahmad Mahdy Hammad
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To illustrate the effect of noise caused by a regulating valve on the ultrasonic gas flow meters & find a suitable solutions with a case study from Bapetco
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Metering : A Science , A Hobby Or A Means To Increase Ultimate Recovery - Metering And The Value Of Information In A Cost Challenging Environment
Author(s): Reinier Den Hertog
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Data is required for a robust understanding of Reservoirs, Wells and Facilities Almost all decisions are based on data to perform Day to day management Optimising production Long term management Field (re )development These decisions steer our Spend Future production
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Document ID: 6D7F0EF9

Understanding The Uncertainty When Using A Type Coefficient For Temperature Corrections Of A Coriolis Meter
Author(s): Dean m. Standiford
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To help Micro Motion, Inc. (MMI) customers understand the impact of using a Type coefficient as the temperature correction factor with MMI Coriolis flowmeters. Scope: Mass flow with MMI Coriolis flowmeters Historical data available for Elite meters Temperature calibration with water Approximately 20 C to 60 C fluid temperature Ambient room conditions
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Gas Flow Meter Diagnostics - From Where We Have Come And Taking A Look Into The Future
Author(s): Tim Vogel
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The value of accurate measurement Example of diagnostics for different meter types USM diagnostics - evolution of CBM Importance of going beyond the meter itself Options to monitor the complete measuring system Whats next?
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Document ID: 23830016

Practical Experience In The Application Of Usm For Steam By Edea At Chemelot In Geleen
Author(s): Emiel Pijpers
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EdeA produces and distribute steam (3 - 140 bar), electricity, different types of water and air, nitrogen, various chemicals and natural gas to DSM, SABIC, OCI, Lanxess and other companies at the Chemelot site near Geleen
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Net Oil Computing And Gas Void Fraction Measurement With Yokogawa Coriolis Flowmeter Rotamass
Author(s): Peter Weidemann
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The Oil & Water ratios are determined based on internal algorithms along with programed API Oil density curves and the wells unique process water properties
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Coriolis Meter Trial In Marine Diesel Fuelling
Author(s): Lazare Kassi
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Measurement is the first step that leads to control and eventually to improvement. If you cant measure something, you cant understand it. If you cant understand it, you cant control it. If you cant control it, you cant improve it
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Document ID: 66A4497E

Benefits In The Use Of Ultrasonic Flow Meters In Fiscal Downstream Applications
Author(s): Mart Gloudemans
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16 New low-power electronic ? Intrinsically safe power concept ? 4,5 ... 16 V DC ? Back-up battery (3 months) ? Fully battery powered (option) ? Life time more than 5 years Log books (parameter, events) integrated Integrated volume correction (option) ? With externally mounted p/T sensors (MID) ? With internally mounted p/T sensors
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Diagnostics For Liquid Meters - Do They Only Tell Us What We Already Know ?
Author(s): Terry Cousins
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Over the years there have been many papers on the use of diagnostics . However , in most cases the analysis is the result of a combination of very knowledgeable engineers and hindsight. Much of the work with Gas meters with higher uncertainty. Most of the diagnostics are of poor resolution when it comes to small changes in performance
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Document ID: 6975AFF2

Evaluations On CO2 Rich Natural Gas
Author(s): Jrg Wenzel
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Global natural gas production is changing Diverse Gas compositions with increased CO 2 levels Marginal gas fields with high CO 2 content Gas from unconventional gas reservoirs Gas Re-Injection Carbon dioxide capture and storage Measurement during synthetic gas production, such as Power to Gas
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Document ID: C2F019D3

The Use Of Ultrasonic Meters In Pipeline Leak Detection Systems
Author(s): Thomas Ballard
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Volume Balance Essentially Measures Volumetric Flow In / Out of a pipeline section Operates well in Theory - ie . Under steady conditions Very sensitive to transient conditions Sequential Probability Ratio Test (SPRT) Based on Hypothesis testing method to identify leaks using inventory compensated volume balance Calculates the ratio of probability between a leak / no leak situation Identifies leak location and leak size using flow meters and pressure transmitters Can be applied on single and multi - phase lines Negative Pressure Wave Relies on high speed pressure reading (60 Hz) Specialized high speed equipment used for data acquisition Identifies leak when a pressure drop occurs Fast response can detect very small leaks and thefts Cost Effective
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Document ID: 9B129CAC

The Uncertain Matter Of Integrating Metrology Into Asset Management
Author(s): Wim Volmer
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Assets, simplified Type#1 Type#2 Metrology and Risks Metrological Maintenance - Risk Reduction Metrology in Asset Management Summary Questions / Discussion
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Document ID: F0E3E08F

Usage Of Usgm For The Measurement Of Steam In Process And Custody Transfer Applications
Author(s): Dick Laan
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Traditional steamflow measurement Flow nozzle (1/5) YYYY - MM - DD 5 Less sensitive to wear and scaling than orifice plate Lower pressure drop than orifice plate More expensive than orifice Use for flows with solids/abrasive substances. Particular disadvantage: must be machined, costly to manufacture Is generally calibrated with water for optimal accuracy
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